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NIFT-TEA College of Knitwear Fashion, Centralized Test II, October 2013 Knitted Fabric Science Class / Sem.

. / Year: M.Sc (AP) / I / I Max.Marks: 50

Date: 24/10/13 FN Duration: 2 Hrs

Part A. Answer all questions. All carry equal Marks. 10 x 1 = 10 Marks 1. 1 x 1 rib is a balanced structure. (True / False) 2. 1 x 1 interlock is a reversible structure. (True/ False) 3. Purl structures are made by using double end latch needles. (True/ False) 4. Yarns used for knitting are having comparatively lesser twist than the weaving yarns. (True/ False) 5. Which one of the following influences the width of the fabric? a) No. of yarn Feeders b) Gauge c) Machine Dia d) No.of needles 6. Which one of the following influences the weight (gsm) of the fabric? a) Yarn count b) Gauge c) Loop Length d) All of these 7. Write the types of cam used in knitting. 8. No. of yarn Feeders in a circular weft knitting machine will influence a) Productivity b) Fabric weight c) Fabric Width d) None of these 9. Presser is an external element used to control _______ needles. 10. Two types (Long & Short needles) are required in Cylinder and dial to knit interlock structures. (True/ False) Part B. Answer any four questions. All carry equal Marks. 4 x 5 = 20 Marks 1. Write the functions of sinker. 2. Write the characteristics of 1 x 1 interlock structure. 3. Write the characteristics of single jersey plain structure. 4. What do you mean by Rib gaiting and Interlock gaiting? Explain. 5. Explain about the role of positive feeder in influencing the quality of circular weft knitted fabrics. Part C. Answer all questions. All carry equal marks. 2 x 10 = 20 Marks

1. Explain about the methods of representing basic weft knitted fabric structures. 2. Write the types of needles required, needle order and cam arrangements for the following single jersey structures. a. Single Pique b. Honey comb c. Pearl d. Cross Miss